The Raza Graduate Student Association, in conjunction with other departmental and student organizations, presents the Critical Knowledge Symposium – Critical Race Theory Panel, on Thursday, Nov. 3 from 3:30 – 5 p.m. in the Student Union Building Fiesta rooms A&B.; The event is free and open to the public.
Faculty panelists include: Amy Brandzell, American Studies; Mary Jane Collier, Communication & Journalism; Nancy Lopez, Sociology; Jamal Martin, Africana Studies & Family/Community Medicine; Cristobal Valencia, Anthropology; and Vincent Werito, Language, Literacy & Sociocultural Studies.
The objectives of the Critical Race Theory (CRT) Panel are to continue to educate the campus and community about academic discipline and community/identity specific Critical Race Theory; support UNM faculty engaging CRT in their research, service and teaching and; continue to dialogue and share tools for students, faculty and community to better understand how CRT can be used in and out of the classroom and research as well as in our everyday lives.
For more information, contact RGSA.
Critical Race Theory Focus of Panel Discussion
October 27, 2011